frosty
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frosty(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (very cold)
a. helado
The dog ran about, sniffing the frosty air.El perro correteaba de acá para allá, husmeando el aire helado.
The frosty air chapped my lips.El aire helado hizo que me agrietaran los labios.
b. gélido
A gust of frosty air came in through the open window.Una ráfaga de aire gélido entró por la ventana abierta.
c. de helada (morning, night, day)
I miss those frosty, sunny mornings of the Swiss winter.Yo echo de menos esas soleadas mañanas de helada del invierno suizo.
2. (covered with frost)
a. escarchado
It was almost impossible to dig the frosty ground.Era casi imposible cavar la tierra escarchada.
3. (unfriendly)
a. glacial
The butler gave me a frosty look and told me to wait outside.El mayordomo me lanzó una mirada glacial y me dijo que esperara afuera.
b. frío
The incident led to a period of frosty relations between the two countries.El incidente dio paso a un periodo de frías relaciones entre ambos países.
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frosty
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (night, air)
a. gélido(a), helado(a)
2. (fig)
a. glacial (welcome, smile)
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frosty [ˈfrɒstɪ]
adjective
frostier (comparative)frostiest (superlative)
1 [+weather] de helada; [+surface] escarchado
on a frosty morning una mañana de helada; it was frosty last night anoche cayó una helada or heló
2 [+smile] glacial
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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